In addition to removing dirt on the floor as well as carpeting, the vacuum cleaner also has many uses that users don’t think of.
Clean pet hair
The main job of the vacuum cleaner is to suck all the pet hair that sticks to the carpet and on the floor. However, users are less likely to use vacuum cleaners to clean pets’ fur in the place where they live. Too much fur in a washing machine is one of the culprits that cause leaks and damage to the water pump system. Users should use a vacuum cleaner to vacuum carpets, blankets and sheets before putting them into the washing machine.
A Ohio State University study found that regular vacuuming would kill 96% of fleas (adults and larvae) indoors. Vacuum cleaners are also an effective way to remove dust mites and human skin cells they eat from mattresses.
Vacuum cleaners and vacuum cleaner accessories are a good way to catch spiders or mosquitoes in corners. After killing all insects, users paste a clean white cloth on the tip of the vacuum cleaner to remove spider web.
Refreshing upholstery, pillows and carpets
In addition to removing dirt, a vacuum cleaner and a baking soda box can remove odors and brighten the fabric. Simply, sprinkle baking soda on chairs, pillows, carpets and damp sponge to evenen the surface. Let baking soda penetrate the surface for at least an hour and then vacuum, users will see the fabric surface is brighter, the smell has been treated.
Reduce allergy in the house
Keep windowsills and crevices free of allergens by vacuuming regularly. Users should use a dust brush to vacuum the window to remove pollen and dust.
Users can use the dust brush accessory of the vacuum cleaner to remove dust on lampshades, books, lights, blinds and even leaves before cleaning with water. This eliminates the original dust layer, preventing dirt and stains from wiping away after wiping with water.
Cleaning of household appliances
Using a vacuum cleaner to remove dust, plaque from the power cord and refrigerator capacitors on the back will help the machine operate more efficiently and keep the temperature colder. For homes with additional dryers, usually a sauna dryer, a vacuum cleaner can be used to remove excess lint, the leading cause of home fires from the dryer ventilation system. Users should regularly remove the vent on the back of the dryer and use a vacuum to remove excess fibers and dirt.